Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gustoes:

2 syllables:
trust whose,
thus does,
deuce knows,
front whose,
mus rose,
parent whose,
sergeant whose,
stress shows,
stress those,
twice those,
but whose,
just does,
just those,
must lose,
trust those,
trusts whose,
but does,
love does,
man does,
much does,
then does,
touches those,
when does,
blood shows,
blood those,
but goes,
but shows,
but those,
can lose,
chief knows,
chuck close,
clubs whose,
colleague whose,
cousins whose,
crush those,
cup rose,
don jose,
drugs whose,
get those,
judge chose,
judge knows,
judge those,
let those,
man goes,
mural shows,
pronoun whose,
pug nose,
pulse whose,
put those,
rub nose,
rum nose,
rush rose,
san jose,
scales whose,
seule chose,
shrubs whose,
skull shows,
snub nose,
struck close,
struck those,
stuck close,
stuff those,
sun rose,
then goes,
then rose,
then those,
tongue shows,
trucks whose,
trunk hose

3 syllables:
adult whose,
alice knows,
arise those,
conduct whose,
entice those,
office chose,
office knows,
office shows,
office those,
product whose,
result whose,
unless those,
adjust those,
amidst whose,
arise whose,
asset whose,
cluster whose,
office whose,
priest whose,
pussy toes,
trustee whose,
ireland whose,
acids whose,
added those,
become those,
ended those,
excel shows,
excel those,
expel those,
extra close,
extra muros

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